Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) has incurred her third fine for going maskless on the House floor.

Greene, who has compared COVID-19 masking rules to the Holocaust, is no stranger to controversy.

But her recent disavowal of the House mask mandate has landed her in particularly hot waters. “I’m taking a stand on the House floor because I don’t want the people to stand alone,” said Greene on Monday.

After lifting the mask mandate in June, the House re-implemented it in July after the emergence of the contagious Delta variant much to Greene’s dismay.

And though she has apologized for her Holocaust comments, her stance against masking has been unwavering.

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